Congressman John Lewis

Democrats' big reform bill contains 300 pages expanding voting rights that were written by the late civil rights leader.
Congressman John Lewis talks about marching in Alabama for voting rights at Senator Sessions confirmation hearing for Attorney General.
Senator Cory Booker and Congressman John Lewis speak as to why Senator Session should not be Attorney General.
The time for silence and patience is long gone. Congressmen Lewis and his colleagues have vowed to keep going with their fight as soon as the House returns from its July 4th recess. We must stand with them as they continue to get into "good trouble."
For the life of me, I couldn't figure out how I never heard of a man, who might arguably have done more good for black Americans than anyone in history.
"Some of us were left bloody ... but we never became bitter," he said. "Our country will never, ever be the same after what
This weekend I am honored and humbled to join President Obama and the rest of the First Family, Congressman and Civil Rights hero John Lewis, dozens of my other Congressional colleagues and thousands of people from around the country as we gather in Selma, Alabama to mark the 50th anniversary of the passage of the Voting Rights Act.
Selma depicts, rightfully, black Americans as the catalyst for change, pushing for the dignity they deserve and becoming masters of their own destiny by highlighting the shame, ignorance and inhumanity of their fellow (white) man.
"So my own feeling, right now, is that President Obama should use the authority of his office to declare martial law. Federalize
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